iNTTN is on a mission to ensure that telecommunications are accessible by all, particularly Indigenous communities and those in the often forgotten rural and remote regions of Australia. The company has only been established for a short period of time, but iNTTN — the Indigenous National Technology and Telecom Network — is already considered a market leader, and its founder and CEO Jade Miller sees the company as an advocate in the industry for Indigenous people due to its focus on inclusion across the industry. “If you look anywhere across the telecommunication industry at the moment, you won’t find a significant presence of Indigenous people,” Miller told ZDNet. “We’re very proud we’re Indigenous-owned.” One of the key frameworks that iNTTN works off is Reconciliation Australia . It has sprouted partnerships with major companies such as Telstra, Optus, and the company responsible for rolling out the National Broadband Network (NBN). Rather than being in competition with the bigger players in the space, Miller described his company as one that is “enriching” the existing relationships people or businesses have with telcos. “The way we set up the business model is more of a win-win type of model — we want to enrich… Read full this story
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